The Spurs boss admits there is "not a lot" he can say after his side were thrashed by a rampant Manchester City side at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoonTottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas admits there is "not a lot" he can say after his side's 6-0 defeat to Manchester City on Sunday.
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Sandro scored an own goal before the prolific Sergio Aguero helped himself to a brace. His striker partner Alvaro Negredo then got in on the act with a stunning goal of his own and Navas completed the rout with his second goal right at the death.
This was Spurs' fourth Premier League defeat this season and Villas-Boas was baffled by the heavy defeat that.
"[It was a] difficult start. Conceding after 15 seconds puts your plans in doubt, it's difficult to take," he said. "I think we had a very good reaction to the [opening] goal, that’s probably the only positive of the game we have.
"Everything went bad for us, from being one of the best defences in the country to suffering six goals, there's not a lot I can say.
"City were excellent, we were extremely poor today and we paid a big price. From the moment we suffered the fourth goal we mentally weren’t playing the game."
Tottenham now find themselves down in ninth place and face Manchester United in their next league fixture.